Gothenburg gears up for fall homecoming

Bring home the victory. That’s the theme Gothenburg High School student council has chosen for Homecoming week activities slated for this week at the school — culminating in the parade,

Hope, healing and awareness

Mental illness is a disease similar to any other. It’s not something you can will your way into healing or simply wait for it to pass. For many, their disease

The YMCA at Gothenburg Health will be offering a pair of programs during the middle of October. Spooktacular The Halloween Spooktacular Extravaganza will take place from 2-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct.

Raymond and Mildred Tillotson and Randy and Brenda Edson spent Thursday to Sunday with Rick and Corrine Muenchau, Dalton and Kraeton at Branson, Missouri. They were at Dalton and Kraeton’s

During the Gothenburg city council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3, city officials approved Resolution 2019-12, which officially set the mill levy for this year’s budget. “It just formalizes what we

Historical Happenings

100 Years Ago October 8, 1919 The townspeople of Gothenburg were welcomed to the 1919 Harvest Festival on the front page of the Times with the following: “The Gothenburg Harvest

Medicare D open enrollment is available at the Gothenburg Senior Center beginning on October 15 and running through December 7. Angela Barkmeier will begin scheduling appointments after October 10 for

Trees planted at Ehmen Park and Lake Helen

Nebraska has a storied history regarding trees. After all, this was the birthplace of the first Arbor Day celebration on April 10, 1872, a proposed holiday from then Nebraska State

WAUNETA — Brady High School football player Noah Jurjens capped off a 49-point first half in Friday’s eventual 69-0 thrashing over Wauneta-Palisade. With the victory, Brady snapped a modest two-game

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